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October 1999
Volume 21

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Scale Auto magazine covers the entire model car hobby. Each issue provides you with expert how to tips to help you easily build and customize muscle cars, street rods, stock cars and more. You'll receive objective and accurate reviews to help you find models worth your time and money. Whether you're a builder or a collector, this magazine is for you!
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Building Impressions
By William Bozgan and Kevin Kovach
Revell-Monogram's ProModeler 1948 Ford convertible offers plenty of building options
Scale Auto Sketchpad
By Brad Leisure
Great '48s
Lucky 17
By Patrick Mulligan
The GSL-XVII International Model Car Championship drew modeling's best and brightest
Sweet Fleet
By Rick Hanmore
Converting Galaxie Limited's 1948 Chevy Fleetline Aerosedan into a low-down street rod
Low Buck, High Tech Detailing
By Randy Derr and Jim Drew
Helpful detailing tips that will save you money
Magnum Opus
By Pat Covert
Augie Hiscano goes out on top with a dynamite scratchbuilt 1932 1/2 Ford roadster
Pit Pass
By John Bisci
1962 NASCAR Grand National Pontiac Catalina
Bench Racer
Stock car window nets ... cast-resin drag racing bodies ... Vintage stock car decals
Light Commercial
Readers' models ... Aftermarket news ... Diecast developments
Truck Stop
Aftermarket big-rig conversion list ... Chevrolet truck engines ... New and interesting stuff
Small Talk
Carry on the flame
Strictly Stock
Aoshima Nissan Cima ... AMT/Ertl '69 Chevy Blazer ... ProModeler '69 Dodge Daytona
Tips & Tech
A modeler comes of age ... Detailing emblems ... Scale bolt heads
Scale Mail
Grok talk ... KOY commentary ... Fixin' a Funny Car ... Custom decals
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Finishing Touch
Davy Doorslammer
Bits & Pieces
Wooden Mercedes ... Franklin Mint's latest ... More from Marco Polo
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